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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. at 6:00, a look outside in san francisco, this is a view from the camera, the bay area is waking up to frigid temperatures and we will check with leyla gulen and the forecast to see how cold the temperatures will be outside. >> developing now, the search will resume this morning for a bay area pilot and his family after the plane goes missing in the idaho wilderness during the thanksgiving holiday welcome. >> breaking news in boston where hundreds of firefighters remain on the scene of a huge seven alarm fire. the difficult challenge they face since they tried to get the plane out. >> good morning, everyone, i am katie marzullo. >> at 6:00, a challenges that we will face this morning is the cold weather. >> we will check with leyla gulen, and wouldn'ty, too, -- and windy. we have high clouds from the first string of the cold snap
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from the pacific northwest and behind it a cold air mass from alaska in the southbound direction. we do have reports of precipitation in monterey and you may wake up to a little bit of moisture on the roads but, really, not very much. it will be mostly dry for the better part of the week and from the kgo program -- exploritorium, it is winds at 20 miles per hour with isolated shower possible and freezing cold the next few afternoons will we have cooler temperatures in oakland and san francisco and 51 in san francisco, and oakland is 52. for much of the south bay, it is 52. half moon bay is chilly at 50 degrees. headed to the roads, we will see what is happening in traffic. we have a couple of issues including a brushfire burning off the side of the freeway in oakland and if you are traveling along 580 at coolidge you could
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find it, so we have c.h.p. crews headed out there not causing any delays but there is a high wind advisory for the bay bridge so there are gusts across the bay. outside we go, this is a picture of the bay bridge toll plaza where you can see the traffic is stacking up coming away from the macarthur maze and coming out of oakland and into san francisco, the drive will take you in excess of ten minutes. >> the first of the bay area shelters now are open for the season, just in time for the deep freeze, with amy hollyfield in sunnyvale. in the south bay they have an increase in the number of people needing shelter. >> the number of homeless people have gone up 8 percent, 18 percent in san jose and they refer to what you can get at the shelter as too hot and a cot. two hot meals and a place to
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sleep. the non-protest agency provides the shelters in the safe bay with 9 highest homeless populations in the country. the shelters help but they are not enough. >> at any time there are over 7,000 homeless and in our community we only have a thousand shelter beds, possibly 1,200 beds. >> the shelters are open from 6:00 at night until 6:00 a.m. and last night was the first night so it wasn't too crowded but they expect the crowds to pick up tomorrow when the cold hits. alert free of charge at abc7 >> a search in the idaho wilderness resumes for an executive and the family and the
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system engine plane disappeared after taking off from oregon where dale smith spent thanksgiving day headed for montana but reported engine trouble over idaho. he is the president of serial tech a data storage company and a veteran pilot who often flies his single evening -- engine and is meticulous about safety and capable of surviving elements. >> matt will tell us about a clue helping crews narrow the search area. >> we have breaking news from boston with firefighters battling a seven alarm fire that broke out overnight. this is new video from the scene with the fire starting at 1:30 our time in a five-story build ing in this neighborhood that spread from the first floor and ingulfed the whole building.
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the films are said to be under control but cruise worried it could collapse. there is no word on the cause of the fire. >> new details this morning on the deadly train derailment in new york city, for the first time, we are now hearing from family members of one of the four passengers who was killed on sunday in the bronx. one was on the way to work when the train derailed. his three sons spoke. he because not a victim. he was more. he was a loving father, a great dad, best friend, uncle... >> the ntsb says the train appeared it have been going too far and trafficking at 82 miles per hour going interest a 30 miles per hour curve. >> president obama is facing falling support in blue state california. a just released poll finds only 51 percent in california approve of the president's job
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performance. still a either joes down eight whole points from july. 43 percent of voters disapprove of his job performance new. >> from japan, v the premiere, after china declares a large area airspace as their own and the united states is concerned. >> good news for bart riders especially those would ride late at night. the earthquake retrofit work on the tube now is finished. bart says the 3.6 mile tunnel beneath the bay is done six months ahead of schedule and on budget. the work installing the steel plates began in march and it was performed late at night, three night as week and bart single tracked creating 10-to-15 minute delays no late nitrideers.
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>> today, the e cigarettes could be added to new legislation to places. the federal government does not regulate the e-cigarettes so the states and local governments are developing their own rules. >> a controversial gas pipeline on the peninsula is back up and running again. pg&e restarted the line yesterday that runs along a four mile stretch under britain avenue. the state public utility commissions wants it know why it took pg&e ten months to report a significant record discrepancy on the pipeline. faulty records are cited as a contributing factor to the 2010 san produce know pipeline explosion that killed eight petroleum. the commission will decide on december 19 on a fine for pg&e which will be other $6 million or $17 million.
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palo alto street sweepers planning to take to the streets to oppose a plan by the stir counsel to contract out their services and reduce the frequency of service. the palo alto street sweepers plan to protest at 5:30 out of city hall before the city council begins their meeting. the city council is considering a plan to reduce street sweeping services to once every other week. >> done any work outside? today you will need to bundle up. leyla gulen? >> as we get into the evening hours and we hook from the camera to san francisco and the financial district, it is clear. you do not have the fog from yesterday. we have high clouds. it will be partly cloudy for good part of the day. it is windy. at 21 miles per hour wind in oakland and 15 at sfo. winds have calmed down. 25-miles-per-hour gusts at half moon bay and calmer in mountain views and gusts up to 24 miles per hour in san jose clearing
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out the cloud cover to the south and east us bringing precipitation can now we see it in monterey which is not measurable and east of i-five. the next 12 hours as we head out the door bundle up, at 48 degrees is the we temperature inland and 52 around the bay and 52 along the coast and it warms up to the mid-50's by the afternoon with a major cool down tonight and freeze warnings are coming up and we will talk about that in a little bit but, first, traffic. we have a big rig five and this just came in in the c.h.p. and they are reporting a big rig open fire, southbound along 880 at 262. first i will take you into marin county toward petaluma northbound 101 at washington street, we have this wreck blocking a lane and causing slowing headed away from 116 with southbound traffic pumping up -- bunching up is slow down.
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through pacifica, watch out for this area, as well, with gusts along the coast. again, be careful. a wind advisory for the bay bridge. >> a member of the "good morning america" family is getting ready to say goodbye, we will preview the on air announcement happening today. >> we are sad. >> first, health care was revamped over the weekend and so are machines signing found coverage? the white house reveals the answer. >> pope francis before three was pope...a job he now admitted to holding before he was the leader of the ca
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san jose looks fine. you cannot tell how cold it is from the shot, but we will turn to leyla gulen in a couple of minutes for more on that. >> new information on the website which is handling the traffic on the website. 750,000 signed on yesterday, which the white house said any expected that number. despite the initial success, press secretary canne is refusing to say the measure fixes for the website amount to a mission accomplished declaration. >> sony's new play station four is cementing the status as the new toy, say they sold 2.41 million since the release last month the nintendo sold four
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million since the release in the fall and sony has done half that in three weeks. the play station four is going head to head with the new xbox unveiled by microsoft. >> interesting rest haitian about -- revelation about the past of pope francis' past, he reveals that he used to work as a bouncer at clubs! he celebrated mass as a church in a working class neighborhood outside of rome and talked informally before and after the mass and that is when he told a group that he was a bouncer! >> if you missed it, a familiar face on abc7 news is leaving, sam champion is taking on a new role as the weather channel. >> to try to do something that is changing the way american gets their weather, better, fast other, stronger i had to try. >> he is moving on to the cable network as a host and managing
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editor and calls it a "dream job." he has been part of abc for 25 years and the last day on "good morning america" is tomorrow. you can see him announce the news himself this morning on "good morning america" at 7:00 right after our morning news. >> he tweets us all, and we will miss him. but ginger will take over and she is great. for the bay area, you have leyla gulen. good morning, everyone, we are going to have cooler temperatures coming up later on tonight. we are starting you off with live doppler 7 hd showing high clouds passing through with the first front coming in from the pacific northwest which is bringing bring exception mostly eat of i-5 and in monterey. you might have seen moisture on
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the ground when you weather up and that will be the best it. looking to the bay bridge we have dry conditions but windy, as well, with the gusts up to 20 miles per hour. before i get to this i want to talk about the front coming in so a slight chance of precipitation and behind it is lots of cold dry air coming in from alaska and that is what is going to spark the we freeze warnings for the entire bay area but, especially, for the north by. it is also bringing windy weather, as well, at 21-miles-per-hour gusts in oakland and up to 23 in napa and along the coast, at 25-miles-per-hour gusts at half moon bay and sfo is at 15 miles per hour gusts and there is a bay bridge wind add risery -- advise so be careful. it will blow out the cloud
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cover. tuesday, later tonight and into tomorrow morning, we are not going to have any clouds whatever. that is why it will be very cold especially overnight with the frost advisories. mostly sunshine but it will be cold with highs across the state in the mid-60 for southern california and up to 72 degrees this palm springs and in northern california topping out in the mid-to-upper 50's and 36 degrees at lake tahoe with measurable 3" of snow falling over the next couple of days. our lies across the bay area you can see in the south bay 56 degrees in san jose and mid-50's for the peninsula, as well, and along the coast, cooler at 52 degrees in pacifica and 55 downtown san francisco partly cloudy skies in the north bay and we will be in the mid-to-lower 50's and warmer in the east bay and upward to 56 degrees in antioch, not very warm at all and overnight temperatures are in the upper to
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mid-40's and chilly in the north bay, and the seven-day forecast shows freeze want coming up tonight and into tomorrow morning so watch for those sensitive plans and by friday, though, we could have a chance of rain that will last through the beginning of next week. as we head into traffic we have the issues the wind advise for the bay bridge with high seeded -- high sided vehicle, a big-rig fire has a lane blocked with tires on fire. the fire department and c.h.p. hopefully can get it put out. northbound 101 at washington street, through poet plume, we have we -- through petaluma, it is looking pretty good. >> hollywood mourns the passing of paul walker. >> a tribute from his big screen
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the head can be caught and the child strangled. all children should be harnessed. >> he was not strapped in but "consumer reports" say strollers should be safe even if the child is unharnessed. tests have found several strollers in the past few years pose a similar strangulation risk. many have been recalled. a recall doesn't mean the stroller is completely off the market. >> we went open craigslist and bought two used strollers that were recalled and pose a similar hazard. >> check "consumer reports" recommendation which perform well in "consumer reports" safety tests. whichever stroll are you use, "consumer reports" says be sure to always use the harness to strap in your child. >> the parents are suing the manufacturer over the accident and if you have a stroller and want to check the recall left go to www. with most
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adhering to a voluntary standard and there is a mandatory safety standard for strollers being developed that will be if place within the next year. >> the morning news continues with the top stories at 6:30 including continuing coverage of breaking news, a accident alarm fire keeps firefighters busy in best. where the fire battle stands at this hour. >> in san jose members are praying for a missing san jose man and his family after their plane disappeared in idaho with the latest on the seven -- search efforts this morning. >> look at live doppler 7 hd, rare satellite, high clouds will make way for clear skies and freezing temperatures with the full seven-day forecast coming
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joining us with a lot to talk about. >> we will send it over to leyla gulen would has important stuff to know about the frost that is coming. >> keying. i have to say get out the lotion because it will be dry. as we look at our live doppler 7 hd satellite we have high clouds moved out by the winds. from the camera the flag is blowing out on the pier need and you can see how windy it is up to 20 miles per hour. we have isolated showers that have moved to southeast of us bringing freezing code and wind which will diminish leaving us with cool afternoon for the rest of the week. from our east bay hills camera, san francisco is 51 and oakland is 52 and in the lower 50's for the bay area and from mount tamalpais camera it is bouncing
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in the north bay and we are looking at cool temperatures not topping out above 50 degrees for santa rosa with the seven-day forecast in a moment but, first, traffic, i will see what is happening, with a few hiccups and brand new problem through hayward southbound along the nimitz, this stall is blocking a lane and causing heavy backups away from 238 and a solo vehicle crash along highway one through pack can causing delays as you make the move in the north direction. >> we are following developing news, the weather should improve enough to let search crews comb the idaho wilderness for a missing bay area family whose plane want down on sunday. our news reporter is in san francisco with that. matt? >> we are half an hour away from sunrise there in idaho and that is when rescuers are going to resume their search again for dale smith and his family.
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at the church in san jose, friends are praying for the family and dale saying if anyone can survive a situation lick this it and him. the single engine aircraft went missing in hide oh on sunday and the plane was carrying four other family members from oregon to montana. the pilot reports engine trouble can asked for coordinants to an airstrip. he is the c.e.o. of serial tek a software maker and describes as an experienced plane. he is very meticulous about doing all of that. he is meticulous in all things he does. he is a good guy. >> the chefs in valley county idaho are leading the search and picked up a cell phone signal and narrowed it do four or five mile search with the transmitter designed to go off in crashes
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and not been detected. ocean cueers dealt with heavy snow and low clouds yesterday with sunrise after 7:00 our time this morning. >> thank you. we continue to follow breaking news from boston where crowes are battling a 7-alarm fire that was eight alarms but downgraded. it break out in a large commercial building. it now is under control. the buildings what undergoing renovation. crews are evaluating the stability of the building. this were reports of people inside the building but they all made it out in time. >> now the deadly train derailment in new york city. the national transportation board does not know what caused the accident but the lead investigator says information from the two data recorders shows that train was going more than 80 miles per hour when it left the tracks, almost triple the allowed speed.
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officials say the breaks were applied very late, only five seconds before it stopped. >> new video from southern california showing an actor stopping by the crash site where his "fast and furious" co-star paul walker was killed in a car crash. this happened last night with new reports saying a combination of speed and human error probably caused the crash that killed walk are and his friend who was driving. investigators are saying they do nut think the two were drag racing. >> bart's board is expecting a lawsuit from the agency's two largest unions over disputed family leave clause in the contracts it negotiated with the unions. it is a store we break on abc7 news last week, the security stemming from the board's removal of a clause in the contract that management signed but said it included it accidentally. the spokesman for the service employees international union says a final decision has not
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been made about a lawsuit but the action will have to wait until the union completes the leadership election tomorrow. >> the west contra costa county school board is working on new bullying policies after an emergency meeting with parents last night. a tran gender student spoke up about being bullied at high school after her fight was caught on video. the board agree that existing policies are not enforced across the district so they are giving themselves 40 to 45 days to develop if you policies. >> it came to a point where i wanted to physically hurt myself. >> i take responsibility for that. i am sorry. >> the school district called the emergency board meeting after parents come--
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>> and now a city councilwoman schaaf has raised paperwork for run for mayor. she worked for jerry brown and a former city council man and is more popular than the mayor in the district. >> the tables have turned on the commission that voted to revoke the accreditation of city college, with the department of education now ordering the commission for community and junior colleges to make changes to keep their standing. the department says that the commission did not meet federal requirements in the review of city college and has the appearance of a conflict of interest. they hoped the commission would be invalidated altogether for city college. >> we feel it. the bay area is in a cold snap. we are in the south bay where the preparations are ahead for the fridge it temperature coming our way. >> first, if you suffer from migraines, doctor could know the cause and it is something that
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>> welcome back at 6:39 as we look at lake tahoe camera we have light snow falling at 2" to 4" expected this afternoon with a winter weather advisory issued until 4:00 p.m. it is windy at home in many places at 21 miles per hour in oakland and 15 at sfo with the flight arrival warnings and 25-miles-per-hour gusts at half moon bay and calmer this in mountain view at eight miles per hour. the next 12 hours when you head out the door, it will be chilly as we start out at 7:00 a.m. and by noon it will warm up but as the clouds continue to dissipate, that is going to bring in the cooler weather overnight and we have a freeze warning in a little bit. now, traffic, speaking of the snow, there are chain requirements along highway 50 if you make it out to lake tahoe.
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covering santa rosa, berkeley, san jose, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. frigid temperatures through the bay area this week. preparations are underway to make sure the most vulnerable can stay warm in the cold. amy? what is happening? >> they opened this shelter, the homeless shell-- shoal people. it opened along with shelters in gilroy and san jose. they provide two meals and a cot. people say it beats the alternative, with many riding 24 hour 22 bus line called hotel 22 and they were blood -- glad to
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hear the shelters would open. >> i was excited to get out of the elements and have shelter. i am very happy. >> the santa clara is then for wealth but it has the largest homeless populations in the country and the numbers are up, there are 18 percent more homeless in san jose compared to last year. the shelters develop but they are not enough, they can only house a thousand people and they estimated 7,600 people are homeless in santa clara county each night. >> a reminders keep track of the cold weather with the weather app, with the latest bay area weather alerts and downloaded free of charge at abc7 news come/app. >> trading is underway on wall street. you can see the dow is downpour than 60 points and that brings
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us to below 16,000 and we will see if it moves back up later this morning. more money news and how much online shopping did you do? cyber monday sales hit a new record high, one commend seas sales jumped 19 percent as of 9:00 p.m. and retailers that lured senate fops benefited the most with 30 percent visits made on smartphones and tablets. >> on the heels of a of pitch of am continue to use drones to deliver packages, it is called a publicity coop and the c.e.o. revealed the plan hours before the start of cyber monday. the amazon chief is then for his media skills. critics call it a publicity stunt saying he got what he wanted people talking about am citizen on the biggest shopping day of the year. >> mike pike has the 2013 top
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search trends list with a new number one on the most searched person, beyonce bumped kim kardashian out of the top and women were dominating for the top fine and being known with only one first name helped, including rihanna, and madonna, and justin bieber and president obama all in the top ten. >> happening now, a dress fit for a princess is for seattle at for which for sale this morning a gown of priness diana that she wore when she met presidents and movie stars. the gown is owned by a american collector who used to raise money for charity and is expected to go for $130,000. she bought the dress off the rack after she spotted it and
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fell in love with it. >> it looks to be straight out of cinderella's closet. >> would not recommend wearing it without a shawl. >> especially in the bay area because it will be down right chilly how will the weather change? we had a beautiful weekend but we will have cool temperatures later on tonight as we look at our live doppler 7 hd sat height -- satellite we have high clouds and sunshine later today. the clouds have brought in some precipitation and what is behind it is cold air that will dry things out. you can see looking to san francisco the sunrise is. coming through the clouds. it will stay cool. it will be cloudy. as we head to our pacific satellite, and the first low coming in from the pacific northwest that moving out and
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followed by this cold air coming in from alaska bringing the freezing temperatures and dry conditions. it is windy if you are headed out you can see the gusts are up to 20 miles per hour and that is moving out the clouds from tuesday night into tomorrow afternoon and it will stay dry until friday when we will see rain visiting the bay area. tonight, a trees watch is in effect with freezing temperatures expected for the north bay and the east bay. that is going to cause possible damage to sensitive plants and, supposed pipes. tomorrow, we have more freezing temperatures with the exception of san francisco when we will be in the 40's. increased risk of hypo therm why -- thermia, so bundle up. we will be reaching only the mid-50's to slightly upper 50's
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for areas such as prime minister and -- such as present and fairly. the lows with clear skies are no wind and it will be chilly at 48 in oakland and 47 in san mateo. 47 in half moon bay. the seven-day outlook shows cold today and tomorrow. friday, though, we will see possibility of rain with another upper trough coming in. it will last through the weekend into early next week. >> we have a couple of problems in the traffic department. this accident along southbound along the nimitz we have a stalled vehicle at mission boulevard. as we head to southbound 242 at concord we have an accident causing heavy backup away from highway four. if you need to make it to pleasanton hill you will be delayed. outside, a look at the san mateo
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bridge from hayward to foster city we had an early accident. it is clearing. certainly it is beginning to be busy moving westbound to the peninsula it will take 14 minutes. >> we take a moment to invite you to help us feed the bay area this season. visit abc7 news facebook page to "pledge without live," and with each pledge we will donate a dollar in your honor up to $75,000. your deed could be rewarded. everyone would takes the lodge is entered to win $7,000 camp. the winner is announceed december 19th so spread the love and help us "give where you live." stay tuned. ♪ getting cozy. ♪ shopping for gifts online. ♪ the perfect way to get into the spirit any time. ♪
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downtown san francisco looking across the bay, it is cloudy. it is cold. you cannot tell that by looking because leyla gulen will have the fridge it temperatures. >> as we hand things off to "good morning america" before you go, number one, developing news. the search for missing pilot dale smith and his family resume at dawn in idaho. the c.e.o. reported engine trouble while flying from oregon to montana. researchers picked up the cell phone signal. >> supervisors will select a 21 member task force in the wake of andy lopez shotting. the 13 yearly was shot to death in october by a sheriff deputies and supervisors want to replace the country process to review officer-involved shooting. >> the autopsy report on paul walker will be released.
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the neighbor is known to attract street racers but they do not believe the porsche he was riding in was racing. >> the ntsb is saying this morning whether faulty brakes or human error caused derailment of a train that killed four. it was going more than 80 miles per hour when it left the tracks, almost triple the permitted speed. authorities have identified a kayaker killed in a shark attack at 50 years old from washington state. a shark grabbed his leg and he died before mold aid -- medical aid arrived. the bench remains open today where it happened. >> weather advisory for lake tahoe with snow showers and 4" of expects -- expected. we have wind and cloud cover
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today and chilly and what you need to know the next 12 hours headed to work, we will have cooler temperatures. dress warmly and in layers. temperatures are 10 to 12 degrees cooler than yesterday and the trees wanting begins tonight. >> here is the bay bridge toll plaza where we have busy conditions as you make the drive away from the maze into san francisco. our maps show lots of traffic on the road over the altamont pass but if you are traveling along 92 at the bay bridge toll plaza we have an accident still blocking a lane. >> we continue on facebook and twitter and all mobile devices. we will see you in 25 minutes with news and weather and traffic.
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good morning, america. get ready for the deep freeze. a massive polar express plunging south right now. some of the coldest air in 16 years set to take hold, all the way to southern california. sam is tracking the latest. 82 miles per hour. that's how fast that commuter train was going around one of the most dangerous curves on the rails. hard questions right now for the train's engineer. new overnight. a frightening bear attack in this gated neighborhood. the dramatic search after a mother was mauled while walking her dog. authorities are scrambling as bears are taking over parts of florida towns. ♪ and there's beauty in the world ♪ and fairy tale dress for sale. the magical princess gown worn by diana. to meet with presidents and movie stars. on the auction block at this very hour.
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